Murder Hooks a Mermaid
Nestled in Keyhole Bay, Florida, Glory Martine’s souvenir shop, Southern Treasures, is supposed to trap tourists—not ghosts. But a possessed parrot may be just what Glory needs to solve a murder… Inheriting her great-uncle Louis’s bayside souvenir shop should have been a breeze for Glory.... show more
Nestled in Keyhole Bay, Florida, Glory Martine’s souvenir shop, Southern Treasures, is supposed to trap tourists—not ghosts. But a possessed parrot may be just what Glory needs to solve a murder…
Inheriting her great-uncle Louis’s bayside souvenir shop should have been a breeze for Glory. Instead it’s been one headache after another—with a lot of them generated by Bluebeard, a parrot with a mouth like a sailor and a personality a lot like her late great-uncle. But Glory’s troubles pale in comparison to those of her best friend Karen, whose ex may still have the personalized key chain to her heart, but whose brother-in-law is about to get locked up.
A diver has been found with a gaff hook in his chest, and Karen turns to Glory to help get her brother-in-law off the hook for his murder. But casting the net for the real killer won’t be easy. Glory and Bluebeard are about to find out that the secrets in Keyhole Bay run deeper than anyone ever imagined…
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 31-12-2012
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Series: A Haunted Souvenir Shop Mystery (#2)
Another Kindle cleanup, I read the first book in this series a year or 2 ago and started this one but set it aside for some reason. This is a cute series and an easy read, but just okay. In this one, you're not given any introduction at all the suspects or the victim in the book. That always keep...
This is shaping up to be a nice light cozy series. I like Glory, but she's a bit dense when it comes to the messages she's getting from Bluebeard. She's also a bit dense when it comes to Jake! There are some really good characters in these books and some great sounding recipes, too. I spotted th...
A fun, light read. I enjoyed it, but it wasn't a *really* great read. I like the main characters, although Glory really is unrealistically dense about Bluebeards messages - surly she isn't supposed to be a dim protagonist. There's a bit of romance, but a very lightweight one so far and nothing that ...